3.5 / 5 stars - If you need a VGA port to connect to a legacy display, the Latitude 3490 is a business laptop worth shortlisting.
Review date: May 31, 2018 | Model: Dell Latitude 3490
If you need a VGA output to connect to an older monitor or conference-room display, the Dell Latitude 3490 is worth a look. It's also a good choice if you plan to leave it plugged into one of these displays most of the time, since you can outfit it with a powerful CPU and 16GB of memory while stripping away other nonessentials to keep the price below $1,000. Otherwise, for a more well-rounded SMB laptop, you should consider the Editors' Choice Lenovo ThinkPad 13 or a consumer ultraportable like the Dell XPS 13.Reviewed by: Tom Brant | Read full review...
77% - The Dell Latitude 3470 convinces... with what actually? Mainly the price. Review date: September 26, 2016 | Model: Dell Latitude 14 3470
We want to start with some positive aspects: The display of the Latitude 3470 is matte, the battery can be replaced and the port selection is appropriate for its size. The keyboard, even though far away from the more expensive Latitudes, is better compared to devices for private users in this price range. Finally, the lid and the palm rest have a soft rubberized surface that provide comfortable haptics... In the end, we cannot fully recommend the 3470, except if you really want a business system for such a low price. The features of the test model cannot keep up with the comparison devices, but they are also more expensive than the test model.Reviewed by: Benjamin Herzig | Read full review...